Teeth Whitening (Bleaching)

Teeth whitening or dental bleaching is one the fastest and easiest ways to improve your appearance and put more sparkle in your smile. With teeth whitening, the color of the enamel is lightened, and the teeth look younger, healthier and brighter.
The procedure can be done in one of two different ways.
The in-office procedure uses a ZOOM laser whitening light, and can be completed in the dental office in just 90 minutes. Which also comes with fabricated custom whitening trays and 2 - 1.3 ml NITEWHITE ACP whitening gel syringes.
The second method, called at-home whitening, involves the fabrication of custom whitening trays, you receive 4 - 1.3 ml NITEWHITE ACP whitening gel syringes. The supply will last at least two weeks and during the end of the two weeks you will see results.
We also offer Opalescence Treswhite Supreme pre-loaded whitening trays with 10% hydrogen peroxide for faster and superior results. You wear the trays once a day for 10 days. "Opalescence PF technology provides outstanding whitening with less sensitivity with rebuilding enamel and preventing caries".
Which ever you choose, the result is whiter teeth and a healthier smile.

Whitening Frequently Asked Questions:

How much does it cost?

The answer depends upon whether you want both upper and lower to be done, or just one arch. Prices vary on the type of whitening treatment. Whitening includes all the materials, follow up, teeth whitener products, and trays. These fees are different for the in-office tooth whitening procedure or the at-home dental whitening technique.
Is it dangerous?
No, dental whitening is not dangerous to either your teeth or gums. The dental profession has been using tooth whitening for over ten years and there have been no reports of injury or risk to either the teeth or gums.

Does bleaching make your teeth more sensitive?

Yes, occasionally your teeth will be slightly more sensitive to certain foods or hot or cold beverages for a short period of time after the whitening process has begun. After completion, this sensitivity stops, and your teeth should return to normal.
**If you have crowns, bonding or fillings, they will NOT change color.
So, before you whiten, you may want to consider which type of whitening agent is best for you and/or be willing to change out your old restorations after whitening to match your new smile.
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